In this message, Pastor Geoff teaches from the Bible as to how we as Bible-believing Christians must engage with and interact with our homosexual friends, loved ones, neighbors, co-workers.
The Word of God makes clear that we must interact with our unbelieving friends by speaking the Truth with Love.
This message gives clarity so that we can stand courageously on the Word of God and engage with the lost world and shine as lights in the midst of it.
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Evaluating your kids spiritual condition
some questions to ask your children...
Tell me about your trust in Jesus & your love for him.
what do you enjoy most in your Bible reading?
what are your strongest temptations to sin?
what do you like most about church?
If you weren’t being raised in a Christian home, what would you miss about it most of all?
if a friend of yours asked you how to become a Christian, what would you say??
>>> adapted from Josh Niemi, expository parenting (p.187)
"Preacher! Speak Forth Gospel Truth & Its Demands With All Confidence!"
In this sermon, pastor Geoff preaches on one of the theme verses of Titus 3 -- that Paul exhorted Pastor Titus to SPEAK THE GOSPEL TRUTHS with all confidence SO THAT believers will carefully, thoughtfully and intentionally engage in good deeds.
This verse gives the key and the end and the purpose of ALL gospel preaching -- SO THAT God's people (=believers) will carefully engage in good deeds (NOT to get saved; but as a result of God's grace in saving them!).
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff covers part 2 of this series on SPIRITUAL GIFTS. This sermon covers:
1. the CATEGORIES of spiritual gifts
2. the CLARIFICATION of the miraculous gifts (8-arguments for cessationism)
3. the EDIFICATION in using your gift
"The Christian's Crowning Comfort: Children of God & Heirs of Eternal Life!"
Pastor Geoff preaches Psalm 44 at Providence Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Edwardsville, IL and proclaims the believer's hope is found in the character of God -- even when the righteous seem to suffer for walking closely with God! God is STILL worthy of our loyalty, allegiance, and worship!